Often when working on their businesses or in their jobs, people have so many responsibilities and tasks that pile up quickly. While this situation can be considered a sign of success, it can easily lead to a sense of overwhelm, deterioration in the quality of work in the form of sloppy or shoddy performance, and even a failure to complete all the tasks someone has committed to accomplishing.
Children thrive on routine. They love to know what to expect. They will remind you if you forget a part of their routine. So, it is important to establish a preschool lesson plan template that you can follow every day; day_in and day_out. The children will feel at home, at ease, comfortable if they can flow with their routine. So you ask, what should be a part of this preschool lesson plan template? Most preschools follow a similar schedule everyday, even though it varies from one preschool to another. Follow the template below, choose a schedule and time frame for each activity period that works for your classroom. Give the children the routine they crave and thrive on. The day starts with a Free Play and Welcome Time as the children enter the classroom. During this time the children hang up their coats, put away their things and are greeted by the teacher. Then they enter the classroom and have a certain area where things are set up for them that they know they are allowed to play with.